image distortion


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image distortion

Changing the spacial relationship between parts of the image, usually by printing with paper at an angle to the enlarger beam.
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The utilization of local singular value decomposition (SVD) as a structural projection tool to select local image distortion features followed by perceptual spatial pooling and neural networks to predict a perceptual quality score has been presented by Hu et al.
The representatives from Sony Japan said performance enhancement initiatives will include back-illuminated sensors for improved sensitivity, stacked architectures for miniaturisation and high functionality, copper-copper connection for better productivity and space savings, as well as pixel-parallel A/Ds for image distortion cancellation.
Image distortion is reduced with the help of Canon's Intelligent Optical Image Stabilization five-axis system, while difficult angles can be achieved, thanks to the built-in 3-inch LCD touch panel screen and tilting Electronic View Finder (EVF).
Signals distortion can also be a major setback and while you are buying an LED, you hate image distortion especially if a T20 match is stuck in a pressure situation.
The advanced projector offers enhanced visual accuracy with a 12-point keystone adjustment feature, eliminating the image distortion that often affects other UST projectors.
The case presented is of a 12-year-old boy with complaints of auditory hallucinations, odd behaviors, paranoid delusions and suicidal attempt along with body image distortion, dread of fatness, food restriction and very low Body mass Index.
You can also see there's much less image distortion, and the pins now look straight.
It seems to be a key aspect of AN (1), being a dimensional rather than categorical construct, and ranging from a more general insight into having a disorder at all, to a more disorder-specific belief (e.g., body image distortion in AN) (3).
This is particularly evident when orthopaedic implants are present, as metal artifacts can cause significant image distortion. In these situations, it is not uncommon for patients to be taken to the operating room for a diagnostic arthroscopy to assess the pathology for potential surgical planning.
[5] proposed a segmentation-based clipped error control algorithm (SBCRCA) [6], and used it to conduct image compensation using backlight dimming methods based on IQA tools, suppressing the image distortion. Pixel compensation is often used for local dimming with different dimming scales at each of the image regions.
C-arm fluoroscopy was used to capture the image data, which can result in image distortion caused by electromagnetic fields generated from the C-arm machine itself;[sup][3] this kind of system error remains unresolved, as fluoroscopic imaging devices are still being used.